Medical Negligence Cases
Medical negligence cases tend to be complex and difficult to successfully litigate, which is why you should always seek the counsel of an experienced medical malpractice lawyer if you think you have a case. At Burke & Eisner, we have effectively handled medical negligence cases for clients across the country, securing millions of dollars in damages for those harmed by negligent healthcare professionals.
Doctors, nurses, and similar medical professionals have an obligation to adhere to accepted standards of care, and failing to meet these standards is considered negligence. Medical negligence can occur in any number of ways and virtually any place that provides healthcare services — in hospitals, outpatient medical facilities, clinics, nursing homes, birthing centers, etc. However, some of the more common types of medical negligence cases involve:
At Burke & Eisner, we handle the range of medical negligence cases and we’ll be glad to evaluate your claim free of charge.
If you have a medical negligence case, you may be entitled to compensation for the monetary damages you suffered as well as non-monetary damages such as pain and suffering. For example, recoverable damages may include:
If you think you have a medical negligence case, it’s in your best interest to talk to an attorney as soon as possible. Medical negligence cases are subject to strict deadlines, meaning cases need to be filed within a certain amount of time after the negligence occurred. Failure to file in a timely manner could prevent you from obtaining compensation for your losses.
Talk to an attorney at Burke & Eisner about your medical negligence case today. We’ll evaluate your claim at no charge and inform you of your legal rights and options.
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